Bad Bunny Surprise Drops New Album Perfect for Getting Lit in Quarantine

Bad Bunny is the gift that keeps on giving. On Mother's Day, the reggaeton star released an album of unreleased tracks fit for a lit quarantine

von Pamela Avila Mai 10, 2020 20:36Tags
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Bad Bunny is the gift that keeps on giving. 

If there's anyone we can count on to release hit after hit, it's Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio.

On May 10, the 26-year-old star surprise released a new album titled Las Que No Iban a Salir, which roughly translates to The Ones That Weren't Going to Be Released. Just two months after the release of his sophomore studio album YHLQMDLG, Bad Bunny has chosen to bless his fans with more new music. 

After all, while many of his fans across the world continue to hunker down at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic—what's better than some new Bad Bunny to jam out to? 

Las Que No Iban a Salir is a 10-track album featuring Nicky JamDon OmarZion & LennoxYandelJhay Cortez and his girlfriend Gabriela

The young Puerto Rican star took to Instagram Live earlier this month for an impromptu three-hour livestream where he teased snippets of these unreleased songs to thousands of fans and followers that tuned in. 

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Bad Bunny's Self-Quarantine Moments

Once again, Bad Bunny's latest album drop came without much warning similar to when he released his first studio album X100PRE on Christmas Eve in 2018. 

Most recently, Bad Bunny stopped by E!'s Daily Pop back in March to talk about his new album.

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At the time he told hosts Justin Sylvester and Erin Lim that he felt "so good" and "amazing" to be putting out another studio album. 

"I think that I am in the happiest moment of my career," Bad Bunny shared. "So I'm enjoying the process."